Matthew 25 on crack


Or, who would Jesus deny coverage to?

According to one collared clown named Harry Jackson, health care reform is immoral, racist, “reverse classist” (? I do believe that is a new wrinkle. If anyone knows what it might conceivably mean, please explain), and of course, genocide.

He spends most of this on abortion – because there are no other moral questions in the world – but in the windup, see if you can make sense of Harry Jackson’s “rich sick,” “poor sick,” and exegesis by zipcode:

Got that? Genocide against blacks. Obama, destroyer of worlds, is not just going to kill all the white people as per the subtexts of thousands of articles and two television networks, he is also bent on a final solution for black people. Or maybe just the poor sick blacks or the rich in the wrong zipcode; I lost the train for a moment there.

If you can make sense of it, please seek care immediately.


8 Responses to “Matthew 25 on crack”

  1. cometman Says:

    Damn, that is a lot of crazy. If he’s so concerned about all the women having abortions, maybe he ought to take a look in the mirror and figure out why his ministry hasn’t prevented them from doing so.

  2. sisdevore Says:

    will I lose my right to refuse to pay for viagra for awful men?

    • artemis54 Says:

      I really dread the day when the plumbing fails. It seems to be the only part of me that is up to code.

      • sisdevore Says:

        Obama will take away your erection!

        • artemis54 Says:

          We put up a network of these around WA and elsewhere. (In fact, we came up with that design.)

          You had to sign out for working day trips leaving campus. Under “purpose,” I always wrote “erection in _____ County” until I was told to find different wording.

          • artemis54 Says:

            They are called suction traps. One of the USDA women – a big cheese, actually – used to ask me if maybe I could apply a little more suction to whatever problem had come up. Fun times – all of us would be arrested today for our casual conversations.

  3. artemis54 Says:

    Comfort the comfortable, and afflict the afflicted?

    This is not a christianity I recognize.

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